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ls fiendishly at No. 1 accordingly. He says in the language of madness and drivel: See that fellow — he has made his money out of me — he rides in my carriage — he drives my horses — he lives in my house, and he eats my food and he drinks my wine, and he uses my plate, and he wears my clothes. Two hundred and thirty one millions of dollars were, says McMahon, the annual dowry which the South (Niobe) cast at her (Latona's) feet. He then goes on in a dreadfully low-spirited style, to say that the South is a pelicans; that we are her progeny; that she has drained her breasts to feed us; and he concludes by uttering other flapdoodle for the nourishment of the Richmond mind. We congratulate our provincial friends in Virginia upon the possession of such a warm writer in this cold weather; and we are confident that a copy of his pamphlet placed near the feet upon going to bed, will be found equal to the hottest hot-water jug ever corked up to lay between the sheets. January 22, 1862